This is a video I shot with the Canon 60d equipped with a $300 Novoflex lens mount adapter and several Nikon lenses. The subject was a 1940's era O'keefe & Merritt stove that I had lovingly restored. I have been a Nikon guy for many years (including film) and have some quality lenses. I wanted to get into the dslr video experience but could only afford a new camera body. Based on the advice of some film professionals that I spoke with I went with the Canon body due to higher video compression ratio's and features. Yes, the Novoflex lens mount adapter does what it states... you can mount Nikon lenses on your Canon camera body. Be warned though, there is no communication between the lens and the body. You have to shoot completely manual. If your eyes are like mine you will sit in front of your editing bay monitor and cry while previewing your pictures and video. Lots of out of focus and over/under exposed shots. In a controlled studio environment (or my kitchen) you can get great results if you take the time to fine focus every shot. I was pleased with this video but returned the Canon 60d and the Novoflex adapter after three days of frustration. I just didn't have the money to invest in another $3000 worth of new Canon lenses. If a generous person would like to ship a Nikon D800 body to me I would be very grateful!
Canon 60d 1920x1080 24p ISO 400
Novoflex lens mount adapter
Nikon 12-24mm f/4G
Nikon 60mm f/2.8D Macro
Nikon 50mm f/1.2F